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Chairman: The Honourable CHARLIE WATT
Wednesday, November 4, 1998
Public hearings on aboriginal self-government and Future business of the
From the Campbell River First Nations:
Chief John Henderson.
From the Native Brotherhood of B.C.:
Christine Hunt, First Vice President.
From Laxgal'Sap Nisga'a Fishersmen's Commission:
Chief Hubert Haldane.
From the Kwaitul First Nation:
Chief Alfred Hunt.
From the Allied Tribes Tsimshian Nation:
Victor Kelly, Spokesperson
From Gitxsan Wet'suwet'en:
From Namgis First Nations:
Greg Wadhams, Councillor.
From the United Fishermen and Allied Workers' Union:
John Radosevic, President.
The Honourable Charlie Watt, Chairman
The Honourable Janis G. Johnson, Deputy Chairman
The Honourable Senators:
Adams, Andreychuk, Austin, P.C., Beaudoin, Berntson, Chalifoux, Gill, * Graham,
P.C. (or Carstairs), * Lynch-Staunton (or Kinsella (acting)), Mahovlich,
Pearson, St. Germain, P.C.
* Ex Officio Members